World of Warcraft’s latest patch is now available for testing, but the release candidate has been delayed once again. The Sylvanas novel was also pushed back to next month.
Sylvanas, everyone’s favorite World of Warcraft character (citation required)! That charming scamp has had a lengthy and consistent character journey (citation required), which the next book, aptly named “Sylvanas,” will undoubtedly serve to solidify and enhance (citation needed). Unfortunately (citation required), readers will have to wait a month longer to read the book, since it has been postponed until March 29th, 2022. The reasons for the delay have ranged from a desire to release around the next scheduled patch to supply line problems creating physical printing challenges. However, perhaps it will be worth the wait (reference required).
We have excellent news for those who don’t care about books but do care about game updates: the current version of patch 9.1.5 for the game has been marked as a release candidate, indicating that the patch is likely not far from being released to the live servers. Although no official date has been set, it seems that the majority of the patch’s intended work has been completed. As a result, some progress on real material seems probable (citation needed).